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judge judy doing her job. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com polls open in wisconsin in just fifteen hours. the candidates for president are making every minute count, criss- crossing the country hitting the we begin with breaking news. the medical examiner has responded to a fatal crash on milwaukee's south west side. according to the milwaukee county medical examiner, an adult woman was hit near 60th and norwich, and she has died. police tell us she was in the crosswalk when she was hit. the driver who hit her stayed on the scene. to our you decide coverage now. with just hours to go, donald trump
here in the badger state, we set a record, nearly 800-thousand people have already cast ballots in this election. we have team coverage. fox 6's ted perry is in the newsroom with a look at the hard-fought u-s senate race in wisconsin. but first, our myra sanchick is following the presidential race. she joins us in the studio with the latest from the campaign trail. the backdrop for the last day of campaigning may be the polls. some polls show donald trump trailing, though a new fox poll shows the gap narrowing. in these last few hours, key states from both candidates. donald trump starting this last day of the campaign in florida. she's not going to get in folks. i don't see it. i don't see it. hillary clinton, in pittsburgh. i'm here to ask you to vote for yourself, for your families. vote for your futures uwm professor mordecai lee says by looking at which candidate is going to which state you can guess what a campaign is thinking. trump is
grand rapids, michigan. clinton is in north carolina as well after pennsylvania. michigan too. all key battleground states. what about wisconsin? she thinks she's in pretty good shape. but she's sending her v.p candidate who's been here a half dozen times which tells us she's not positive. she wants to be sure. donald trump has been here a few times, he's sent his v.p. candidate a few times . hillary clinton has an evening event with president obama and musicians donald trump made a surprise visit to minnesota sunday... and there was initial talk of a wisconsin stop to court wisconsin's ten electoral votes. ten electoral votes in a close election can mean the difference between who's president and who isn't. and so i think when trump tries to figure out the math. it's like a puzzle. moving the states around, when the campaign tries to figure out how to get to 270 , ten votes from wisconsin suddenly become really
it's clear with some of the latest polls showing a tightening race, neither side is going to rest much for the next hours until election day. in wisconsin's tight senate race... both republican incumbent ron johnson and his democratic challenger russ feingold are out on the campaign trail... using up every last minute. our ted perry joins us from the newsroom with a look at that race. the latest marquette university law school poll shows the wisconsin u-s only one point separates feingold and johnson. johnson will wrap up his bus tour of the state at an event in waukesha today. earlier today, he was joined by lieutenant governor rebecca kleefisch in oshkosh. johnson says he supports smaller government, focusing on policies that leave wisconsin residents with more money in their pockets. while russ feingold says he has a record of fighting plans that hurt american workers. "i want to limit government to those numerated powers, you know, the big things, national defense, securing our border, creating
economic growth, and i want to make sure wisconsinites can keep more of their hard- earned money." "i'm going to stand up for wisconsin jobs, whether it's a democratic president or republican president, that's my track record, senator johnson is perfectly willing to vote for these deals that ship our jobs overseas." feingold is trying to win back the seat that johnson won from him... in 2010. tomorrow night we will be covering the two at their respective election watch parties. reporting from fox 6 news. brad thanks ted. election day tomorrow... also means municipalities across the
polling sites. milwaukee county alone has more than 280-polling locations, and with voter turnout expected to be high tomorrow, elections officials say they're doing as much work as they can ahead of time. in oak creek, election inspectors from the six districts were busy assembling voting booths, tables and signs at each of the polling places. meanwhile poll workers at city hall assigned numbers to the 66-hundred absentee ballots already returned... prepping them for tomorrow when they'll be opened and put into the ballot box machine. over 30 percent--31 percent--here in oak creek, we should be able to get the voters through pretty quickly. its the registration lines that tend to get long and kind of slow down the process. so the more prepared voters are with that information, the smoother and quicker that will go." all voters must bring a photo id
proof of residence. to avoid the long lines... the oak creek city clerk suggests you vote either in the late morning or early afternoon. we want your voting experience to go as smooth as possible. before you go to the polls, visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click "links." we have a host of important election resources -- including finding your polling place and what's on your ballot. the family of t continues to ask for help in finding the driver of the vehicle which struck her sunday morning. justin williams is live near 65th and hampton with more. justin? richele yarborough tells me she, and her daughter, were just about to cross leon terrace, right in front of their
to cross, in-between two vehicles, a southbound s-u-v slows, she believes, to allow the pair to continue crossing. yarborough suggests, perhaps, the driver got impatient, because the vehicle suddenly sped-up and struck rickyia, with the passenger side headlight, before running over the little girl. were asking the community, at large, to, if they know anything in regards to this, to just, please, make a phone call. have
vehicle was, roughly, 50 yards beyond the crash site, the driver briefly stopped. she describes it as an s-u-v with a chrome, rear bumper. it, then sped away. a gathering, in honor of the girl who family members say loved to learn and dance, is scheduled for 5-30, here, near leon terrace, and hampton. fox 6 will have continuing coverage of this developing story. the man charged with hitting a car, killing three chicago women, and then leaving the scene-- pleads not guilty. 23-year-old "jasen
crashed into another car near 2nd and clybourn. three women riding in an uber were killed, their driver was injured. randhawa is accused of fleeing the scene -- but turned himself in to police the next day. milwaukee county residents will have to pay a little more to register their vehicles. today -- the milwaukee county board voted to create a new, 30- dollar vehicle registration fee for residents. that's on top of the 75-dollar state fee. originally proposed a 60 dollar wheel tax in his 2017 budget plan. abele says it would help pay for items like road maintenance and repairs. another warm, sunny day as our november continues to be unseasonal. weather expert tom wachs is in the weather office with a look ahead. as our next cold front gets closer, clouds will start to
primarily after sunset - followed by shower chances after midnight. tonight: mostly cloudy. showers after midnight. low: 48 wind: sw/w 2-7 mph after midnight. low: 48 wind: sw/w 2-7 mph make sure your mobile device includes the fox6 storm center app. it's free for apple and android -- and offers instant access to
what greases the gears in washington? money. and ron johnson fits right in. six years ago, johnson took a shady $10 million
corporate payout, went to washington, then voted to protect $21 billion in tax breaks for the world's biggest oil companies. $21 billion. a wisconsin senator, protecting tax breaks for oil companies. that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible for the content of this ad. end citizens united is responsible over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions.
she was cited by the county for selling an illegal substance. it wasn't a drug, a pill or a plant, it was a bowl of homemade ceviche. she is part of a facebook group where people from her area shared recipes, organized potlucks, and occasionally sold what they cooked. because she didn't have a permit to sell her food, she now faces up to a year in jail. together... to celebrate emojis. the foremost experts on those icons you text with on your phones... explained the importance of emojis for self-expression. that's why google engineers proposed new professional emojis represented by women -- like farmers and scientists. one room at the conference focused on new emoji proposals. the two most-requested emojis are yellow smileys, one with finger to its lips and another with hearts
the adults may not be voting for presidentt thousands of kids have already decided who they want in the white house. hillary clinton came out on top in nickelodeon's "kids pick the president" contest. she got 53-percent of the vote... out of more than 900-thousand cast. donald trump earned 36 percent, and libertarian gary johnson got 11 percent. nickelodeon collected votes from october 28th through november 5th. the t-v network's mock election has been held for each presidential race since 1988. nickelodeon says kids have correctly chosen the next president in six out of the last seven presidential
in todays tech report rich demuro takes a look at the ways you can participate on social media. facebook, twitter, instagram and snapchat will all play a big role in tomorrows election... heres how the social media platforms are will be one of the most social elections yet... with millions posting their pictures, opinions and more online. nats... facebook has a section to help you prepare for election day... based on where you live... it will show you a preview of your ballot you can see the candidates - both national and local... and by entering your
initiatives tailored to you. once you make your picks... you choose whether to share with friends... plus you can also email yourself your choices... for easy reference at the polls. not sure how to vote? just one click will take you to posts on the candidate or topic.. so you can see what your friends are saying. nats... on twitter... official election hashtags are #electionday, #electionnight and #election 2016. send a direct message to the @gov account with your address and youll get an automated response with your polling location... ballot information.. and more. there are also special election stickers you can add to your photos... including an uncle sam hat... an american flag... ballot box... and a virtual version of the classic 'i voted' sticker they give out at the polls. nats... on instagram... and snapchat... youll be sure to find updates from your friends...along with election themed filters... expect to see some behind the scenes
nats... and even spotify has a special election themed playlist ... nats... song us election 2016 countdown is supposed to help ease your anxiety... with everything from i will survive ... to rems end of the world as we know it... nats... lullaby it concludes brahams lullaby.... the song i use to put my kids to bed... also expect to see a reminder to vote on facebook tomorrow... facebook says theyve been posting the reminder since 2008... and not just in the u-s...they remind users to vote in 47 countries around the world. ad lib about pkg coming up on fox 6 news at four... "hacksaw ridge" debuted at the box office over the weekend. what the film's stars had to say
wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us. senate majority pac is responsible
return to southeast wisconsin. those will arrive
primarily after sunset - followed by shower chances after midnight. showers will likely linger into tomorrow morning, before leaving us with a mostly cloudy and cool election day. tonight: mostly cloudy. showers after midnight. low: 48 wind: sw/w 2-7 mph hacksaw ridge made a solid showing at the box office this weekend pulling in
film's stars recently about stepping into the shoes of world war two soldiers. ad lib to bite "someone complains and says i didnt have my iphone what a horrible thing. true sacrifice when you see this movie, how can anyone complain in life? sacrifice is a good word for it. even today we went with mel and screened it for a bunch of conference for them and thankfully they found it very cathartic. i think the movie does a nice job of showing some of the effects of ptsd and you feel so much disconnect between the civilian and what the troops coming back
dealing with" trying to put yourself in the mindset of war -- it must be a difficult thing to do -- and a difficult thing to forget at the end of the day. "when youre shooting those intense scenes can you help not think about it or have that occupational what they went through and then youre there trying to imagine what they went through and it really hits hard that you kind of play dress up for a living in a way. i always had a real fascination and admiration for world war two and history in that way. it really hit home. and as vince said the sacrifice that these guys went through it was brutal, absolutely brutal. and we're uncomfortable at times filming but we got to go back to a bed
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over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair
trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, ng for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle.
he is not a person
who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible
many have concerns about the safety of their drinking
water... and now the city of milwaukee is taking steps to alleviate some of the worry... fox 6s derica williams tells you about a new water filter distribution plan that rolled out today. she joins us live in the studio with the details. corporation that handled a similar water purification program in flint michigan earlier this year. the city says if you are impacted.. and can't afford it... the city of milwaukee has you covered. water...a necessity for all but now, it could be a hazard for some. we especially want to reach bottle fed infants. thats a key public health concern and we want to reach families where there is a
children under the age of 6 living in that home health commissioner bevan baker says the city of milwaukee is targeting the most vulnerable residents living in homes with lead service lines. as there are lead pipes in the ground there can be water impacting through lead leaking into the the city partnered with a-o smith, and the united way of greater milwaukee and waukesha county to provide aquasana-branded water filtration products t immediate action the program offers two products, the aquasana claryum countertop unit and the claryum clean water machine powered water filtration pitcher. both these products are nsf certified and remove more than 99%of the lead from drinking water they area also certified to remove more than 65 other potential harmful contaminates including heavy metals and pharmaceutical cysts and organic
the city says it does have a long term plan.. and budget for it.. in place to get the lead hazards out of the ground. . there $150,000 additional for filters and $11 million in the budget hta deals with infrastructure we made daycare centers our top priority .. the filtration products and replacement filters will be distributed on november 29th and 30th at the sixteenth street community health ceer side. residents who do not qualify for the program are being offered a special discount... go to fox6-now-dot com... we have a link for you where you can find out if you are one of the homes dealing with this hazard. interested in learning more about the proper filter for your water set- up? visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and search "n-s-f logo." former u-s attorney general janet reno died this morning.
at her home in miami after a 20-year battle with parkinson's disease. she was appointed to the post of attorney general by president bill clinton and became the first woman to hold that position. as attorney general, she oversaw the waco, texas standoff in 1993, and the forcible removal of cuban immigrant elian gonzalez, ending with his return to cuba. janet reno was 78 years old. a woman is in critical condition after a fire broke out at u-c san diego dorm. it started around one-thirty firefighters were called to the ninth floor of an apartment building on the campus. a student inside the dorm room was critically burned. firefighters say a flammable liquid was used to start the fire. "it seemed like she was in some agonizing pain at the time, so that's why she was kind of yelling, and you could kind of tell she was burned and stuff, on the neck, and yeah it was pretty bad. can't imagine someone on purpose starting a fire here, just to hear that i was really shocking and surprising."
the southeastern pennsylvania transit authority strike is over. septa and the union coming to an agreement early this morning after a strike lasting six days. a spokesman for septa saying they have reached a five year deal with the forty seven hundred person union, representing workers on philadelphia's buses, subways and trolleys. service was gradually restored today. full service is expected for tomorrow morning. the agreement still must be voted on by union members and approved by septa's board. newsroom with some stories they're working on for fox six news at five. making sure everyone can get to the polls. it can be difficult for some people, but don't you worry. at five, see who will give you a ride so you can get out and vote tomorrow. also at five, legalizing marijuana will be on the ballot for some americans this year. coming up, which states will be voting on the controversial issue. those stories and more coming up in about 20 minutes when mary
at five. brad thanks ted. november is alzheimers awareness month, and some local seniors have found a groovin way to keep the disease at bay. fox6s carl deffenbaugh gets into the swing of things in mequon. for a man who worked in a confining environment on submarines, tom barnum has certainly loosened up over the years. 'we did a lot of work on the stairs, doing this kind of thing. getting those hips going.' the navy is now lost to decades of fluid dancing. barnum and his wife, betty, take regular classes at the fred astaire dance studio in mequon. 'she is good and happy and cheerful for the rest of the day.' betty, you see, is one of more than five million americans living with alzheimers disease, a form of
behavioral issues and more. betty was diagnosed about nine years ago, but tom says the dancing has warded off a rapid decline. 'she may forget she had a dance lesson, but the emotion she had during the dance lesson stays with her. its a marvelous thing to see happen.' and there is science to back up his observations. a study in the new england journal of medicine says seniors who regularly participate in ballroom dance had a 76 percent reduction in their risk of developing activity that is constantly changing. even though you could do the same dance ten times, when youre out on the dance floor there is always going to be different people, different obstacles, a different song.' a shifting set of circumstances that keeps your mind fresh. and your marriage, too. 'weve been married now for 60 years, and it still has got a romance that people cant believe.' the benefits of being out together dancing cheek to cheek. carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. if youd like to take a class,
for one, there are six different fred astaire dance studios in our southeast wisconsin viewing area. ad lib about pkg coming up on fox six news at four... she was booked to go to florida but had to cancel when she found out she was pregnant. contact six takes a look at airlines' refund policies when it comes to zika concerns. plus-- the pope sharing an important message at a special jubilee mass. the guests he invited to saint peters basilica. now from our city center camera in downtown milwaukee. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs is in next with a your forecast.
over 80,000 wisconsin jobs
lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay?
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was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? if you're pregnant or thinking of becoming pregnant-- the zika virus is no doubt a big factor in your travel plans. but what if you already have plane tickets ... and your circumstances change? what do you do then? if you're getting nowhere with the airlines ... you turn to contact six. jenna sachs reports. we booked the vacation last march. jessica schneider was planning a family trip to florida. i came upon an expedia package
some life-changing news. found out i was pregnant in june. during a visit to her doctor ... jessica mentioned the upcoming trip. he said it's totally up to you and your family but i recommend you not doing it. her doctor raised concerns about zika -- a mosquito-borne virus that's been linked to birth defects in several the virus ... has been reported in florida. a vacation is just not worth that. i'm not sure anything is worth that. jessica's family was supposed to stay near orlando ... about 240 miles away from the active zika transmission zone. still too close for comfort for jessica's family. i got all of the money back for everything except from the airlines.
she asked american airlines for a refund of the tickets ... worth about 500 dollars ... and sent them a note from her doctor. this is to certify that jessica schneider is unable to fly. but getting a refund from the airlines ... wasn't easy. talked to the representative three or four different times. contact 6 reached out to several airlines. american airlines ... frontier and delta ... all handle zika related refunds on a case-by-case basis. it is difficult to just have a policy and reimburse everyone who just doesnt want to go. flora fuller at bayside travel ... says airlines will generally offer alte travel dates ... or vouchers. but getting any of those things ... could depend on the date of cancellation ... and whether you're traveling directly into a zika transmission zone. normally fuller would recommended travelers insurance ... but that may not work in this case. most travelers insurance do not cover zika. eventually american airlines offered jessica vouchers for her tickets ... but they were only good for one year ... and were not transferable. me being due in february, we're not gonna go anywhere. out of options ... she turned to contact 6. i was getting absolutely no where until i contacted you guys. we reached out to the airlines ... and soon
headquarters. we apologize, this shouldn't have been an issue. we're sending an email with your vouchers you can use them however you like. these vouchers must be used within a year ... but they are transferable to friends or family ... which is what schneider wanted. now she can finally put this all behind her ... their legs are so little and that's good now... she has more important things to think about. this is my absolutely favorite one. american airlines declined an interview for this story. overall ... our impression from a lot of the airlines is there's no clear policy on zika travel ... and you just have to call customer service to talk it over. and you may be charged a fee to
investigation idea? give jenna a call!! the number is on you screen or you can file a complaint on the contact 6 page at fox-6-now-dot-com. adlib to weather as our next cold front gets closer, clouds will start to return to southeast wisconsin. those will arrive primarily after sunset - followed by shower will likely linger into tomorrow morning, before leaving us with a mostly cloudy and cool election day. the clouds won't last long. sunshine returns wednesday. we'll see a brief burst of warmer air thursday before temperatures return to "normal"
after midnight. low: 48 wind: sw/w 2-7 mph tuesday: morning showers. then mostly cloudy and cool. high: 55 wind: nw 10-20 mph wednesday:gradual clearing. am low: 39 high: 56 wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. high: 60 wind: w 10-20 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 38 high: 50 wind: n 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 31 high: 50 wind: sw 5-10
exercising may be programmed into our genes. our mary stoker smith joins us with a look into the findings. your genes may be to blame for whether you like or don't like exercise. researchers started by studying lab rats which were were bred to be either more active or less active. the team found these two types of rats dopamine activity. dopamine is a chemical in our brains that plays a role in feeling pleasure and regulating our drive. the activity of these genes may cause us to seek physical activity or be more sedentary. cases of a sometimes fatal fungal infection have been identified in the united states. the c-d-c says 13 cases of can-di-da aw-ris candida auris have been identified in new york, illinois, maryland, and new
conditions and were in the hospital.. four of the patients died and it is not know if the deaths were associated with the fungal infection. the infection is often resistant to antifungal drugs and tends to occur in hospitalized patients. women may have a lower risk of heart disease after weight loss surgery than men. researchers followed two thousand patients who had their heart health assessed in the ten years before bariatric surgery. after the surgery, theire checked again. the results suggest men and women may respond differently to bariatric surgery... with women having a greater cardiac benefit than men. back to you. an engine defect and a fuel leak are being blamed for an explosion aboard an american airlines jet at o'hare airport in chicago last month. investigators traced the problem to a 20- inch disk inside the plane's right engine. the explosion happened as the plane was about to take off on october
evacuated the plane... no one was seriously injured. pope francis holds a special jubilee mass for prisoners at saint peter's basilica. the pontiff urged political leaders to respect the dignity of inmates and to offer them amnesty whenever possible. pope francis addressed a congregation made up of about one- thousand prisoners from a dozen countries and their families. prison chaplains and volunteers who work in prisons were also on hand. the event was part of the end later this month. british prime minister theresa may traveled to india to meet with the indian prime minister. it's may's first official state-visit outside of europe since becoming prime minister in the wake of the brexit vote. the trip is aimed to boost economic trade ties between the two countries. one woman is running up on a major milestone. she's about to run her 75th marathon. coming up, how this grandmother got into running, and the big decision she has
an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse. then went to washington and voted to protect corporate tax loopholes for companies shipping wisconsin jobs overseas, supported privatizing social security, which would hand billions
to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage. senator johnson works for wall street, not us. senate majority pac is responsible
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what every runner strives for when competing. a virginia woman has crossed so many finish lines over her 37 years of running, she's lost count. our carl deffenbaugh has her story. "a lot of times you don't pay any attention to the miles." athletic... its not a word terry miffleton uses to describe herself. which is surprising considering the virginia woman runs about 40 miles a week. "still moving. still loving it." the running bug bit the registered nurse hard while working at a hospital in the late 70s. "three of my friends were running and they needed a fourth person."
"nope. kept on going. kind of like a timex. take a licking and keep on ticking." the goal driven terry always keeps her eye on the finish line and many of them. "this will be 75." yes, thats right terry is training for her 75th marathon this month. "little bit of a fruitcake. you have to be right." terrys competitive spirit has carried her through marathons from boston to san francisco. "thousands of miles ill tell you that." when the mother and grandmother started running female distance runners were virtually non- fact, terry was forced to wear mens running shoes because female shoes didnt werent available. "to see this sport grow is phenomenal." what is impossible to ignore though - terrys marathon days are nearing an end. "im getting old now and the old dog doesnt hunt like she used to." following this months richmond marathon.. terry will be stepping away from long distance running. 2717 'it is bittersweet. it really is. it is like retirement.' the 66-year-old says she wants to preserve her
her 90s and beyond. as she trains for this one last hurrah - "75 and done laugh ." "it will really be hard to give it up. it really will. because running has been a big part of my life." carl deffenbaugh fox 6 news. now at five... the final push before election day... now at five... the final push before election day... "in pennsylvana, election day." "this is the last day of our campaign, who would have believed it." presidential candidates making last-minute appearances in battleground states... meanwhile -- russ feingold and ron johnson are wasting no time in the final hours of a tight race for u-s senate -- both making appearances in our area today. plus... police continue to search for the driver responsible for hitting and killing a 5-year-old as she walked to church with her mother.
moment... but first --breaking news from milwaukee's southwest side--a pedestrian hit and killed the milwaukee county medical examiner's officer says a woman was killed in the intersection of 60th and norwich. authorities tell us the 50-year-old woman was in the cross-walk just before 2-30 this afternoon when she was hit. the driver that hit her did remain on scene. we'll bring you updates on this case as we get them here on fox6. now to our big story tonight... we're getting our first look at the vehicle police say is responsible for hiti take a look at this video.... milwaukee police releasing this within in the last half hour. this happened sunday near leon terrace and constance avenue... authorities are now asking the public for help identifying the vehicle and the driver... they say it's a gray or silver 2002 to 2010 porche cayenne s-u-v... it may have minor damage to the front passenger side bumper or
meanwhile -- a vigil is set for about 30 minutes from now... to remember the little girl... and pray for her grieving family. fox six's justin williams joins us from the scene with more. this grief comes from the loss of the life, the frustration, from the fact that the person responsible remains on the run. a day later, we dont know if it was malice. we just know it was a tragic set of events. sundays leon terrace, near 65th and hampton, continues to consume relatives of five-year-old rickyia langham. the five-year-old was struck, while crossing the street, with her mother, on her way to church. this mother is hurting. shes, this was her baby girl. monday, rickyias mother, richele yarborough, tells me, off-camera, what she believes was an suv, traveling southbound on leon terrace, appeared to slow, as she escorted rickyia toward the street.
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